Tuesday, April 18, 2017
In an uncertain economy, the perceptive and experienced fisherman (strategist) always knows the risk factors for that body of water that he is preparing to fish at.
While there is near zero risk in a pond, the risk amplifies as the body of water increases. Where in the ocean, the variability of risk can change at a whim.
The weather occasionally plays a significant role in altering the movement of the ocean.
Beside the obvious preys that live in this body of water, there are predators too.
The Compass Principle of Recognizing the Terrain
The size of the terrain is usually proportional to the quantity of risk-rewards and risk-drawbacks.
The Dao of Strategic Positioning
To position ahead of the competition (or the situational curve), the perceptive strategist usually anticipate the risk factors for that situation by recognizing the risk benefits, the risk challenges and the risk drawbacks for each of the projected approaches is the initial step.
Completing the risk challenges properly and promptly, does not always mean that one would be many moves ahead of the curve. One has to comprehend the strategic configuration of the situation in terms of the matrix of connectivity and the seasonal cycle, before ever knowing how many moves ahead that he or she will be positioned at.
Whenever our latest project is completed, we will only then discuss more on this unique strategic topic.